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The Icebox of Atlanta Selected as T-shirt Vendor for 3 Major Divisions of American Cancer Society's Relay For Life
Date:2/15/2010

Atlanta-based promotional products and corporate apparel distributor The Icebox to produce T-shirts for Relay For Life events in Indiana, Michigan, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri, Hawaii, and California. Relay For Life is the American Cancer Society's largest fundraising event. Relay For Life events across the United States have collected more than $3.5 billion in the fight against cancer since 1985.

(PRWEB) February 14, 2010 -- Atlanta-based promotional products and corporate apparel distributor, The Icebox, was recently chosen to produce T-shirts for Relay For Life events in Indiana, Michigan, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri, Hawaii, and California.

An approved vendor for the National Relay For Life program since 2008, The Icebox was chosen as T-shirt vendor for 2010 in the Great Lakes Division (Indiana, Michigan), the High Plains Division (Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri, Hawaii), and the California Division. Relay For Life representatives in each of these states will order T-shirts from The Icebox for events across their regions. Participants and their supporters will wear the shirts at over 1,300 events across these 3 divisions in 2010, with the majority of events taking place during spring and early summer. The Icebox will provide approximately 1 million shirts, or about a third of all the shirts across the more than 5,000 Relay for Life events that will take place nationwide.

“Being chosen as a national T-shirt partner for an event of this magnitude is a tremendous honor,” stated Scott Alterman, co-owner of The Icebox. “We are always appreciative of any large T-shirt programs we secure, but it is extra special to work with a cause that is making an impact. The American Cancer Society is the gold standard when it comes to procurement processes and vendor selection. They are true pros.”

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